Abolishing freedom of speech. Death panels. Reeducation camps.
You have to be a crazy right-wing nut to think that any mainstream lefty establishment group would propose such a thing in a USA Today editorial. Until the NAACP proposed such a thing in a USA Today editorial.
Everyone should get tested for implicit bias, and if you’re a public official or receiving public dollars — it should be mandatory.
And that's just the first sentence. Derrick Johnson, the CEO of the NAACP, sure escalated that one quickly.
It’s just a matter of time before another black person is abused, arrested, or shot dead for flying, golfing, driving, walking or drinking coffee "while black."
And it's just a matter of time until another white person is abused because of the telepathic ability of lefties to detect "implicit bias". And then perhaps murdered by a black nationalist killer like Micah X. Johnson or Kori Ali Muhammad.
We know that in another week, black Twitter will once again be enraged by another disturbing video of a black woman in Waffle House getting body-slammed to the floor by police, only to see a white man who killed four people and wounded four more at a Tennessee Waffle House brought in by police without the use of excessive force.
Kori Ali Muhammad shot quite a few white people. And was taken in without excessive force.
All three were shot and killed at random by a black gunman who police say wanted to kill as many white people as possible. Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer told reporters Wednesday that Kori Ali Muhammad spoke about the killings in a callous way as he went with officers to the Motel 6 where he is accused of killing a security guard, and back to the scene of Tuesday’s three killings.
“When he spoke about the shootings, he did so in a very callous manner,” Dyer said. “In fact, multiple times he laughed as he described what transpired.”
Maybe he should have gotten one of those implicit bias tests. But I forget, according to the left, there's no such thing as black racism.
In America, black people exist within the polarities of black and white. Black is normally associated with our nadir — both humans and a nation — while white our zenith
Not on TV, in movies or anywhere in popular culture.
It appeared recently in an incident where a former White House staffer moving into his new apartment on New York's Upper West Side was mistaken for a burglar by neighbors who called the police.
The police were once called on me as a teenager. It happens. And we don't need to send everyone to a reeducation camp over it.
The NAACP is calling for an expansion of the movement to demand mandatory testing for implicit bias, particularly for officials paid with public dollars. For major corporations, implicit bias training must become a part of corporate responsibility rather than always as a response to video-taped intolerance.
Considering the NAACP's relationship with Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, can its leaders take an implicit bias test? It wouldn't be fair to ask others to do what it isn't prepared to do?